astrand

astrand

(əˈstrænd)
adv
in a stranded manner or from the point of view of being run aground
References in classic literature ?
There were some boats and barges astrand in the mud, and these enabled us to come within a few yards of her without being seen.
2max] durante o teste de Astrand e Rithym no cicloergometro em homens destreinados.
2] max test was conducted in accordance with the procedures by Astrand et al.
The firm's board said it should not push for a tie-up with HSS Hire and reaffirmed it is backing Jan Astrand ahead of a special general meeting on September 9.
During the study, Astrand changed the diets of these athletes every three days.
3 Tool rental firm Speedy Hire has brushed aside calls from an activist investor to oust its executive chairman and merge with a The board of the embattled firm said it should not push for a tie-up with HSS Hire and branded calls from hedge fund manager Toscafund for Jan Astrand to step down as an "unnecessary distraction".
The current executive chairman, Jan Astrand, told investors that the firm would be cutting costs.
Astrand (3) raised the question in their classic text of whether accumulating 16 minutes of work at 100% VO2max or 40 minutes of work at 90% of VO2max was better for eliciting physiological adaptation in endurance athletes.
Speedy Hire chairman Jan Astrand said: "I believe that Speedy remains a fundamentally good business, but while some progress has been made over the last year - the remedial action programmes have not been delivered as needed.
Dance Style Reference Gender Technical Level (Age average, years) BALLET Schantz and Astrand (8) Professional Female (25 yr) Male (28 yr) Female Guidetti et al.